Do you like to be creative?
Registration Coming SOON!
Do you want to make something that the whole community will see? Do you like to be creative? Then you will love Art in the Park! Art in the Park is a mini-camp that gives children the opportunity to create something meaningful that will benefit the entire community. Each week, we will explore different elements of design. There will also be fun games, songs, and free lunches!
Ages: Entering grades 1-6 in the Fall
Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays; June 4 - July 11
Location/Time: Mary Scott Park, 1 - 4 pm
**Registration limited to the first 30 children. Applications online or at the Park office.
Art in the Park Rules
We have a few rules at Art in the Park to keep everyone safe and camp running smoothly: All Richmond Parks and Recreation summer programs have one main rule: NO HURTING. If your child is fighting, using inappropriate language, he/she will not be allowed to return to Art in the Park.
If your child is not walking or riding their bike, it is your responsibility to pick them up ON TIME after Art in the Park. Children whose parents are consistently late picking them up will not be allowed to return to Art in the Park.
Children must wear tennis shoes to Art in the Park everyday! This is important for us to reduce the risk of injury when we play games while waiting for our artwork to dry, bake, etc.
Kids MUST check out with their Art in the Park counselors everyday before leaving.
Art in the Park Staff: All Art in the Park Counselors and staff members attend training week prior to the start of camp covering topics such as developmental stages, recognizing child abuse, and psychological aspects of children. Additionally, our staffers:
Pass Police Background and Sex Offender’s Checks
Are CPR and First-Aid Certified
Questions? Feel free to contact Michelle Spalding at 765-983-7426 or firstname.lastname@example.org about any questions you may have regarding Art in the Park!